The extended winter and spring storms in the Midwest left an enormous swath of disaster. In every state from North Dakota to Louisiana, the blizzards, floods, and tornadoes destroyed homes, put families in danger, devastated infrastructure, and ravaged agriculture that still impacts communities months after the storms.
Good360 is working with local nonprofits and recovery agencies in Nebraska, South Dakota, Arkansas, Missouri, and Ohio to determine the exact needs of the survivors and mobilize its network of corporate donors to source critically needed goods as we enter long term recovery.
Good360 ensures that the right products get to the right people at the right time during ALL phases of a disaster and will be assisting these communities for the long term. Good360 can amplify every dollar contribution by a factor of at least 10 in critically needed product. Thus far, we have provided over $800,000 worth of shelter items, clean up supplies, and furnishings to ten partner organizations in the region.
Responding nonprofits in need of product donations to serve disaster survivors should contact Cacique Rich-Martinez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corporations with product donations to support any stage of recovery should contact Jim Alvey at email@example.com.
Individuals who want to make a cash donation can click here.
ARE YOU A NONPROFIT HELPING COMMUNITIES IMPACTED BY THE MIDWEST STORMS?
Good360’s platform allows you to identify and communicate your product needs as they change over time. We work with corporate donors to source the products you need and we can store product until you’re ready for it.
Email Cacique Rich-Martinez at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
ARE YOU A CORPORATION READY TO DONATE CRITICALLY NEEDED GOODS?
Good360 takes a holistic approach to disaster recovery, starting with the impacted communities’ immediate needs (even during evacuation stage) and committing to being there for the long-term, always focused on delivering the right goods to the right people at the right time.
Email Jim Alvey at email@example.com to learn more.